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New Years Resolutions.... Anyone?

post #1 of 21
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I know I know..... im a few days early.... But I didnt make any yet. I wanted to get some inspiration to see what my fellow TCS's peeps were...



So... What are your resolutions?
post #2 of 21
I never make resolutions... easier to keep them if they don't exist...

However I think I have a few:

-Not to let my co-workers' attitude/behavior/tardiness bother me... I just need to do my job and focus on hopefully getting a new one.

-Let my kitten have her own personality. I tend to pick her up when she doesn't want to be held and feel unloved when she doesn't spend time with me... but I know she loves me and so I want to respect her independence and love her for it.

-Be a good girlfriend... try not to find the faults in my bf and instead love him for all the good he is, how he takes care of me, etc.

-Try to cook more... I'm so lazy and fast food is NOT healthy for me!

Good luck coming up with some!
post #3 of 21
~Get better grades in school

~Don't let that witch of a secratary bother me

~Be the best friend I can be

~Be the best Meowmy I can be

Great thread!
post #4 of 21
I don't do resolutions..but I have a yearly theme. This year the theme is "movement"...because I have been known in the past to simply stay with the status quo...so this year I plan to do things to "move" in a direction (whether it be to possibly buy a place, get a promotion or even a new job).

Katie
post #5 of 21
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Originally Posted by pinkdaisy226
I never make resolutions... easier to keep them if they don't exist...


The only one I have is to lose a bit of weight and just try to be healthier in general
post #6 of 21
Same as last years resolution... loose more weight
post #7 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by TNR1
I don't do resolutions..but I have a yearly theme. This year the theme is "movement"... Katie
That's an interesting concept, Katie--a yearly theme. I like it!
post #8 of 21
I have a few.. to eat healthier, excerise more (or at all!), be more caring towards my boyfriend, get my course completed and volunteer in some way. I would like to start a organization for the ferals near me. If not that, I would like to atleast trap one and get it checked out and neutered.

I like your idea too, Katie. Very clever.
post #9 of 21
My resolution is to try not to obsess, and to also figure out what to do about these nightmares about mama. (She was very controlling, and I have nightmares that she is alive again, and my life is over.)
post #10 of 21
I kept the two resolutions I made last year which were to quit smoking and to start taking better care of my health in general.
Sooooo, I will continue striving for good results in these areas instead of making brand new resolutions for this year.
post #11 of 21
[quote=pinkdaisy226]
-Try to cook more... I'm so lazy and fast food is NOT healthy for me!
QUOTE]

Before we had our son, we found we were eating take out nearly every night. Once we cut that down to once a week, we found we saved a fortune money wise ..... also was a lot healthier.... you guys could I am sure use the money towards the future.... just a thought if your break it down to how much you spend. Take for instance, a take away for the pair of us here costs say £15 for one night- over four nights, thats £60.00 - thats two nights in a bed and breakfast in the Dales. Time to relax and be away and yet, enjoy each other's company.
Wish we could do it now as children always cost a fortune
K
post #12 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by TNR1
I don't do resolutions..but I have a yearly theme. This year the theme is "movement"...because I have been known in the past to simply stay with the status quo...so this year I plan to do things to "move" in a direction (whether it be to possibly buy a place, get a promotion or even a new job).

Katie
I don't do resolutions either. That way it's easier not to break them. But I guess I can identify with the "movement" thing - I'll be having a fresh start in my life come july and I can't wait!! I intend to make the very best of it that I can
post #13 of 21
My new years resolution is to make no more new years resolutions. Dont and cant keep em!
K
post #14 of 21
I too am doing a general "theme" for the year. I get so busy with the little things in life that they distract me from taking care of the important stuff. So this year is a matter of setting priorities. Take care of myself first, so that I have the energy to take care of the ones that I love best.
post #15 of 21
I would like to quit smoking.. so 2005 will be the year for the struggle, but when it is done I will be done too. I don't want to wait til I get pregnant and have to quit because that would be too hard and dangerous too.. So yes, I need to quit this year and stick to it.

And I would also like to futher develop some career skills that I have not made time for in 2004 since I'm working out of my field.. I really want to get back to doing what I enjoy.

And I would like a house.. or to save up more for a bigger downpayment.. Or to convince a relative to give me theirs hehe.

And to stop eating fast food for lunch
post #16 of 21
Mine is just to be healthier.......wish me luck!!
post #17 of 21
I always have several...

This year's are:

1. Stop eating fast food, I need to loose some weight so this is the quickest way to cut down on my fat intake...and the saving of money doesn't hurt either. (I'm lazy too. )

2. Get out and meet new people. I seem to be stuck in a rut so we'll see how this goes.

3. Spend more time taking care of myself, this one should be easy as I have more time now that I'm out of school. I keep getting colds and such and I know it's because I don't allow myself any downtime.

4. And the forth and final, to start paying down debt. Darn school loans are going to cut into my "mad" money quite a bit when they start coming due.
post #18 of 21
I kind of re set my resolutioins once a month depending on where i am at - sadly hopeles at reaching goals!

This year i want to -

Loose weight
Have more fun (I tend to take life a little to seriously)
Take a holiday
Be more compassionate with the people around me and appreciate everyone more. I am incredibly lucky to have the friends and family i do.

There all pretty easy so hopefully i will stick to them all. Actually the wieghtloss thing could be difficult with my addiction to eating lots and my allergy to any form of exercise!!
post #19 of 21
my new years resoloution is to pass my driving test by the end of the year!! im not gonna do anything like quit smoking like i do every year cuz that never happens
post #20 of 21
GOT TO EXERCISE REGULARLY!
2004 was my laziest year ever.
post #21 of 21
Let's see here:

1. Do "Girls' night out" at least twice a month
2. Spend more time with Grama
3. Teach hubby how to cook without getting impatient with him
4. Get a barbecue grill (see above!)
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